March 14, 1944

THE LEGTON OF MERIT, IN DEGREE OF LEGIONNAIRE (U.S. AWARD)-1


King, Clarence Aubrey, D.S.O., D.S.C., Lieut. Cdr., R.C.N.R. The Anchorage, Oliver, B.C. 27 September, 1943 MENTIONS IN DISPATCHES-280 Abramson, Max P.O. Torpedo Gunner's Mate, R.C.N.V.R. - 407 15 Avenue East, Calgary 25 November, 1942 Agnew, Ronald Ian Captain, R.C.N. 435 Jones Avenue, Toronto, Ont. 1 January, 1943 Allan, Peter Christie E.R.A. 11 R.C.N.V.R. 6 St., Weyburn, Sask. 1 January, 1943 Allison, James Henry Luman A/Stoker P.O. R.C.N.R. - 39 Edward St. Halifax, N.S. 18 November, 1942 Angus. Colin James A/Lieut. Cdr. R.C.N.R. (Temp) 2087 Luke St. Montreal, Quebec i 2 June, 1943 Armstrong, Douglas B. Lieut. (SB) R.C.N.V.R. 11 Northcliffe Blvd. Toronto 1 January, 1942 Annis, Alexander Able Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. Tilbury, Ontario 22 July, 1941 Awards for Gallantry



Austin, H. E. A/Chief P.O. R.C.N.V.R. 235 W 103 St. New York, N.Y. 2 June, 19^3 Bark, W. (Posthumous) Sub. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 35 Brock Avenue, S. Montreal, Que. 1 June, 1943 Barkhouse, Robert McDonald Lieut. Cdr. R.C.N.R. 425 Oxford St. Halifax, N.S. 16 October, 1943 Baker, Graham McNaughton (Posthumous) Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 135 Dunvegan Road, Toronto, Ontario 21 May, 1942 Bateman, Cecil Murray S.B.A. R.C.N.V.R. 335 8th St. Brandon, Manitoba 1 January, 1943 Beard, Charles Taehereau Commander, R.C.N. Sweetland Avenue, Ottawa, Ont. 1 January, 1943 Beck. Frederick Allan A/Lieut. Cdr. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) 619 Avenue Road, Toronto, Ontario 1 January, 1944 Bell, David George E.R.A. 3/Class R.C.N.R. 430 Quebec Avenue, Toronto 1 January, 1943 Bing, John Blythe Leading Seaman, 2346 Winnipeg St. Regina, Sask. 18 November, 1942 Bird, Frederick Leading Seaman, R.C.N. 3267,Napier St. Vancouver, B.C. 2 June, 1943 Brien, Earle William Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) (SB) Ridgetown, Ontario 23 February, 1943 Bonner, Albert Leo A/Yeoman of Signals, R.C.N.V.R. 108 Prince Edward St. Saint John, N.B. 2 June, 1943 Bould, Howard Desmond George Skipper, R.C.N.R. 4 Elgin Street, Quebec, Quebee 1 January, 1943 Boulton, Angus George A/Lieut. Cdr. R.C.N.V.R. Russell, Manitoba, and Bank of Montreal, 77 Madison Avenue, Toronto, Ontario 1 January, 1943 Brock, Frederick Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. Rothesay, N.B. 14 September, 1943 Brock, John Lieut, R.C.N.V.R. (Now A/Lieut. Cdr.) Rothesay, N.B. 1 January, 1944 Browne. Victor Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 55 Delaware Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario 1 January, 1944 Budge, Patrick David Commissioned Gunner (t) (Now Lieut.) Apt. 3, 60 Victoria Road^ Halifax, N.S. 18 February, 1941 Burk, Charles Arthur Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) 43 Gormley Avenue, Toronto 4 May, 1943 By dwell, Leslie Wellington A/Chief E.R.A. R.C.N.V.R. 8320 Jeunesse St. Montreal, Que. 25 November, 1942 Caldwell, John Birch Lieutenant (E), R.C.N. 150 Church St. Amherst, N.S. 11 January, 1944 Campbell, Angus Hector Chief Skipper, R.C.N.R. Big Bras d'Or, Victoria County, N.S. 18 May, 1943 Campbell, William Franklin (Posthumous) Lieut, Cdr. R.C.N.V.R. Albert Avenue, Saskatoon, Sask. 1 January, 1944 Casey, Joseph William Motor Mechanician, R.C.N.V.R. Bedford P.O., Halifax Co. N.S. 4 May, 1943 Cavanaugh, Thomas Vernon Ordinary Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. 184 Gore Street, Perth, Ontario 29 June, 1943 Chadwick, Ernest Maurice Sub. Lieut, R.C.N. 1156 Goodwin St. Victoria, B.C. 25 November, 1942 Chandler, Wallace Harold Stoker P.O. R.C.N.R. 57 Thorne Avenue, Saint John, N.B. 11 June, 1942 Chapman, Neil Henley Sub. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 249 Pembroke St. Pembroke, Ont. 18 November, 1942 Charrier, Joseph Georges A/leading Smn. R.C.N. 3038 Dickson St. Montreal, Que. 11 June, 1942 Clarke, George Leading Steward, R.C.N.R. Westfield Golf Club Westfield, N.B. 2 June, 1943 Clark, Gordon Matthew Leading Sig. R.C.N.V.R. 25 Somerset Avenue, Toronto, Ontario 2 June, 1943 Clarke, John Henry Able Seaman, R.C.N. Radville, Sask. 3 December, 1942 Clarke, Samuel Anderson Chief E.R.A. R.C.N.R. (now A/Warrant Engineer (Temp) ) Grand Lake Road, Sydney, N.S. 18 November, 1942 Awards for Gallantry Coles, George Edward A/Petty Officer, R.C.N. 893 Robie Street, Halifax, N.S. 2 June, 1943 Conrad, Charles Tupper A/leading Cook (S) R.C.N.V.R. 100 Gottingen St., Halifax, N.S. Cook, Richard Petty Officer, R.C.N.R. 152 North St. Halifax, N.S. 2 June, 1943 Cooke, Sidney Telegrapher, R.C.N.V.R. Box 113, Hudson, Quebec Corns, Sidney R. Ordinary Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. 27 Elgin St. Brantford, Ontario 2 June, 1943 Cowie, William Herbert Stoker Petty Officer 98 Hope St. Toronto, Ont. 1 January 1943 Cranney, Jess Lloyd Able Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. 1073 2 Avenue East, Owen Sound. Ont. 25 November. 1942 Cross, Paul Barbour Commander, R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) 177 Canterbury St. Saint John, N.B. 1 January 1943 Culley, Kenneth Benjamin Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 1418 Tower Avenue, Montreal, Quebec 16 December, 1942 Dallaire, Paul Emile Signalman, R.C.N.V.R. 3435 Dezery St. Montreal, Quebec 18 November, 1942 Day, Alexander Earle Ordinary Telegraphist. R.C.N.y.R. 48 Queen St. Belleville, Ontario 4 November, 1941 Debney, Howard E.R.A. 4/class, R.C.N.V.R. 9 Alton Avenue, Toronto, Ontario 1 January 1943 DeWolf, Harry George Commander, R.C.N. Halifax, N.S. (No other address given) 1 January, 1941 Dewolf, Henry George Captain, R. C. N. Halifax, N.S. 1 January, 1943 Donaldson, John Norman Sub. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 1009 Avenue Road, Toronto, Ont. 4 May, 1943 Downey, George Norval Skipper Lieut. R.C.N.R. (Temp) Bath Road P.O., Kingston, Ont. 1 January, 1944 Dicks, Thomas Alfred Henry Chief P.O. R.C.N. 308 Holmwood Ave. Ottawa, Ont. I January, 1943 Ditmars, Eric Soulis Sub. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) 3637 Pine Crescent. Vancouver, B.C. II November, 1941 Duchesne, Julien Regulating Petty Officer, R.C.N. 3949 Berri St. Montreal, Que. 11 June, 1942 Duggan, James Philip Ashton Lieut. R.C.N.R. (Temp) 11 South Promenade Isle of Man (Ramsay) 1 January, 1943 Duke, Andrew Paul Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (now A/Lieut. Cdr) 1800 Sherbrooke St. West, Montreal 1 January, 1943 Duncan, George Findlay Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) 487 Argyle St. Westmount, Quebec 3 March, 1942 Dunlop, Daniel Turnbull Sub. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (now Lieut.) 2327 Windermere Road, Windsor, Ont. 25 November, 1942 Ellis, W. E. l'.O. Telegraphist, R.C.N. 747 Clifton Avenue, Niagara Falls, Ont. 2 June, 1943 English. H. S. Chief P.O. R.C.N.R. 710 Queen St. Sault St. Marie, Ont. 18 August, 1943 Evans, Leighton Chief Skipper, R.C.N.R. (Temp) 3552 West 38th. Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. 1 January, 1943 Fafard, Charles Omar Signalman, R.C.N.V.R. 1929 Tupper St. Montreal, Quebec 18 May, 1943 Falkuer, James Alexander Duncan Lieutenant, R.C.N.VJR. 21 lie Casson Road. Westmount. Quebec 29 May, 1943 Faubert, Rene Able Seaman. R.C.N.V.R. 3553 Gerouard St. N.D.G. Montreal, Que. 16 December, 1942 Feaver, Donald E.R.A. 4/elass, R.C.N.R. 440 McKenzie St. Fort William, Ont. 2 June, 1943 Foster, George William Stoker, 1/class, R.C.N. Cumberland St. Lake Hill Victoria, B.C. Foxall, Leslie Lewendon A/Lieut. Cdr. R.C.N.R. (Temp) Naval Barracks, Esquimalt, B.C. 2 June, 1943 Franklin. Wilfred R. A/Chief P.O. R.C.N.V.R. 92 Shore Road, Dartmouth, N.S. 2 June, 1943 Fraser' Gilbert Goodwin Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 513 Transit Road, Oak Bay, Victoria, B.C. 11 June, 1942 Furlong, Michael P. Petty Officer, R.C.N.V.R. Morell, P.E.I. 2 June, 1943 Axvards jor Gallantry



Gentles, R. A. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 527 Lakeshore Road, Toronto, Ont. 7 September, 1943 George, Robert Edward Leading Stoker, R.C.N.R. RR No. 1 Canning, King's County, N.S. 19 May, 1942 Giffin, Ainsley Gordon Chief Stoker, R.C.N.R. Lunenburg, N.S. I January, 1943 Gilmour, Thomas Lieut. Cdr. R.C.N.R. (now A/Cdr.) 9673 Notre Dame St. East, Montreal, Que. II June, 1942 Glossop, Francis Master-at-Arms, R.C.N. Listowel, Ontario 1 January, 1943 Golby, Thomas M. W. (Posthumous) A/Lieut. Cdr. R.C.N.R. (Temp) Duncan, B.C. 2 June, 1943 Greenwood, G. M. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. Duncan, B.C. 2 June, 1943 (Temp) Speight, Lenn Petty Officer, R.C.N. (now Warrant rank) 38 Blair St. St. Catharines, Ontario 19 August, 1943 Warrick, A. Ordinary Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. 402 16 St. Brandon, Manitoba 21 December, 1943 Gillis, Daniel Everett (Posthumous) Chief Motor Mechanic, R.C.N.R. 83 Cumberland St. Charlottetown, P.E.I. 4 November, 1941 Gordon, Lloyd Murchison Able Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. Clyde River, Prince Edward Is. 16 December, 1942 Gow, John Alexander Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) . 1376 Esquimalt Road, Esquimalt, B.C. 1 January, 1943 Griffin, Anthony George Scott Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (now A/Lieut. Cdr.) 36 James St. South Hamilton, Ontario 18 November, 1942 Griffin, Frederick Elswood Lieutenant, R.C.N.V.R. 706 Dorchester St. Winnipeg, Man. 10 March, 1942 Griffiths, George H. A/Commander, (now Cdr.) R.C.N. (Temp) Upwood Farm, Berwick, Hants Co. N.S. 1 January, 1943 Griffiths. John Charles Chief E.R.A. R.C.N.V.R. 651 George St. North Battleford, Sask. 11 June, 1942 Grubb, Frederick Ernest Lieut. R.C.N. 23 Redpath Place, Montreal, Quebec 19 May, 1942 Guersette, Joseph Antonio Rene Ordinary Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. 2 Windsor Avenue, Apt. 5, Sherbrooke, Que. 1 January, 1944 Guildford, Thomas Kerr Able Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. 6 Ivanhoe St. Halifax, N.S. 4 November, 1941 Habart, Horace Bruce A/Leading Smn. R.C.N.V.R. 667 King St. West, Toronto, Ont. 2 June, 1943 Hackney, William Watt Lieut. R.C.N.R. Westphal, Halifax, Co. N.S. 18 November, 1942 Harbour, Frank Rene Acting P.O. 2021 Grand Trunk Pte. St. Charles Montreal, Quebec 11 January, 1944 Harbroe, Frederick Marice Leading Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. 1716 St. Louis Ave, Sandwich E. Ont. 1 January, 1943 Harte, Francis David Weston Leading Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. 2718 Chabot St. Montreal, Quebec 2 June, 1943 Hartley, Maurice Samuel Sub. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 5 Woodward Avenue, London, Ontario 11 June, 1942 Hatrick. Raymond Gardiner Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 3940 Cote de Neiges Road. Montreal, Quebec 4 May, 1943 Hay, J. M. Sub. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) 276 Rockland Road, St. John, N.B. 2 June, 1943 Heard, Trevor Frederick Leading Writer, R.C.N.V.R. (now Lieut.) 58 Hampton Avenue, Toronto, Ontario 25 November, 1942 Hendry. George Ainslie (Posthumous) Surg. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) 339 Walmer Road, Toronto, Ontario 1 January, 1943 Hermann, Charles Bismarck Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) 84 Waverly St. Ottawa, Ontario 1 January, 1944 ITenshaw, V. Stoker 1st. Class, R.C.N.V.R. Mayne Island, B.C. 21 December, 1943 Hetherington, Thomas Alexander Reg. P.O. R.C.N. Sarcee Reserve, Calgary, Alberta 1 January, 1943 Heward, John Edisforth Sub. Lieut. R.C.N.VR. (Temp) (now Lieut.) 462 Mountain Avenue, Westmount, Quebec 26 July, 1940 Hickey, L. A. Skipper Lieut. R.C.N.R. 15 Preston St. Halifax, N.S. 2 June, 1943 Awards for Gallantry Hicks, Robert G. Leading Telegrapher, R.C.N.V.R. . 2161 Dawlist Avenue, Niagara Falls, Ontario 2 June, 1943 Hilton, Frank Biddulph Reg. P.O. R.C.N.V.R. (now Master-at-Arms) 715 King St. Loudon, Ontario 1 January, 1943 Hodgkinson, John James Lieut. R.C.N.R. 681 Melrose Avenue, Verdun, Quebec 2 J une, 1943 Hodgkinson, John James A/Lieut. Cdr. R.C.N.R. 681 Melrose Avenue, Verdun, Quebec 18 August, 1943 Holmes, Lawrence William Leading Telegrapher, (Temp), R.C.N. Smooth Rock Falls, Ontario 1 January, 1943 Hyslop, Clifton Thomas Williams Sub. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 27 Connaught Avenue South Hamilton, Ontario 20 October, 1942 Hunter, William Edward Signalman, R.C.N.V.R. 69 Mayfair Avenue, Toronto, Ont. 4 November, 1941 Holingworth, B. H. A/Leading Sig. R.C.N.V.R. 2654 Rozil Avenue, Pte. St. Charles Montreal, Quebec 2 June, 1943 Horne, Leslie (Posthumous) Able Seaman R.C.N.V.R. 489 Atlantic Avenue, Winnipeg, Man. 25 November, 1942 Hughes, Edwin Thompson Acting Leading Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. 374 E. Francis St. Fort William, Ont. Husher, John Sub. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 199 Sherwood Ave. London, Ont. 19 October, 1943 Hutchings, Frank Goddard Lieut. R.C.N.R. (Temp) (now A/Lieut. Cdr) 164 44 Ave., Laehine, Quebec 1 January, i944 Johnson, Arnold Livingstone Surg. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 2560 Pie IX Blvd., Apt. 8, Montreal, Quebec 3 December, 1942 Joy, A. P. G. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 295 Gleneairn Ave., Toronto, Ont. 21 December, 1943 Judges, Ronald Alfred Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) Now A/Lieut. Cdr. 282 Armadale Avenue, Toronto, Ont. 1 January, 1944 Katanna, W. Leading Stoker, R.C.N.V.R. 230 1 St. East. Geraldton, Ont. 21 December 1943 Kehoe. William Eric Able Seaman, R.C.N.R. 21 Birch Avenue, N. Toronto, Ontario 19 August, 1943 Kerry, Walter Robert Chief Stoker, R.C.N. 4333 Francis St., Vancouver Heights, Vancouver, B.C. 1 January, 1943 Kidston, John Richard Lieut. Cdr. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) Box 1128, Vernon, B.C. 1 January, 1944 Kitchen, Cyril Frederick (posthumous) A/Leading Stoker, R.C.N.R. _ 51 York Road, Dundas, Ontario 15 September, 1942 Koyl, Jack Eardley Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. . 753 McMillen Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba 21 December, 1943 Lade, H. E. Lieut. R.C.N.R. (Temp) P.O. Box 62, Brooklin, Ont. 2 June, 1943 LaDeroute, Norbert Joseph E.R.A. 3/Class, R.C.N.R. 405 N. Syndicate Ave.; Fort William, Ont. 1 January, 1943 Ladner, Thomas Ellis Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) 1837 Matthews Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. 10 November, 1942 Lalonde, Albert J. Chief E.R.A., R.C.N.R . 32 Sydenham St., Kingston, Ontario 2 June, 1943 Law. Charles Anthony Francis Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) 220 Grande Allee, Quebec, Quebec 31 March, 1942 Leggett, Harry Furness Able Seaman, R.C.N. [DOT] Victoria. B.C. 18 October, 1940 Lawrence, Harold Ernest Thomas Sub. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (Now Lieut.) 47 Union St. Halifax, N.S. 19 May, 1942 Johnson, Frederick James Gordon, Lieutenant, R.C.N.V.R. Invermere, B.C., 1 January, 1943. Leckie, Norman S.B.A., R.C.N.V.R. 770 Glasgow St.. London, Ont. 3 December, 1942 Lehto, Leo Paul Able Seaman, R.C.N.R. Box 441, Sioux, Lookout, Ont. 3 March, 1942 Lester, Richard Kingsley Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 2360 Marine Drive, West Vancouver British Columbia 25 November, 1942 Levesque, Joseph Ange Maurice Lieut. R.C.N.R. (Temp) 137 Ste-Anne St. Quebec, P.Q. 1 January, 1944 Awards jor Gallantry



Levirs, Woolston John Leading Smn. (Sailmaker's Mate) R.C.N.V.R. 2018 Stanley Victoria, B.C. 1 January, 1943 Lewis, David James Sub Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 31 Ramesay Road, Westmount, Quebec 2 October, 1942 Littler, John C. Lieut. R.C.N.R. (Temp) Strathcona Hotel, Victoria, B.C. 1 January, 1943 Logie, Donald Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) 173 Princess St. Saint John, N.B. 1 January, 1944 Lowe, D. S. Chief Stoker P.O., R.C.N. Esquimalt, B.C. 2 June, 1943 MacLean, Douglas Thistle Ord. Smn. R.C.N.V.R. (now' Sub. Lieut.) Box 21, Barrhead, Alberta 16 December, 1942 McCouney, Allen Edward A/Leading _ Sum. R.C.N.V.R. 275 Glencairn Avenue, Toronto, Ont. 25 November, 1942 McCormick, Keith Leading Stoker, R.C.N.R. Pelee Island, Ontario 3 December, 1942 McGregor, Lloyd John Petty Officer,. R.C.N.V.R. 89 Edgemont Avenue North Hamilton. Ont. 21 December, 1943 McAlpine. Edward Chief E.R.A., R.C.N.R. 6990 De L'Epee Avenue, Montreal, Quebec 2 June, 1943 McGuire, James Patrick E.R.A. 3/01 ass, R.C.N.V.R. 5475 8 Avenue. Montreal, Quebec 1 January, 1943 McGuire, J. P. E.R.A. 3/class, R.C.N.V.R. 5475 8th. Ave. Montreal, Quebec 2 June, 1943 McIntyre, Buryi A. S. Ordinary Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. 61 Province St. S., Hamilton, Ont. 2 October. 1942 McLarnon. Alexander McAllister Lt. Cdr. R.C.N.R. 5 Lincoln St., Manchester, Mass. 2 June, 1943 McGee, Donald P.O. Telegrapher, R.C.N. 463 Tecumseh Avenue, London, Ontario 2 June, 1943 Mcllhagga. Liston Burns Sub. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) 944 Slierburn St., Winnipeg, Manitoba 5 October, 1942 McLean, Timothy Blair Surg. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) 10621 83 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta 18 October, 1940 IMr. A. L. Macdonald.! McLeish, John Alexander Fowler Mate, R.C.N.R. (Temp) 36 Ballrack Avenue, Prestwick Ayrshire Co. Scotland 18 November, 1942 McMahon, Harold J. Stoker 1/Class, R.C.N.R. 324 Blanche St., Sarnia, Ont. 2 June, 1943 McQueen, Leonard Andrew A/Yeoman of Signals, R.C.N.V.R. 165 Guilford St., Saint John, N.B. 1 January, 1943 Mahar, Wilfred J. A/Petty Officer, R.C.N.V.R. 303 Fitzroy St., Charlottetown, P.E.I. 2 Juue, 1943 Mainguy, Edmond Rollo Commander, R.C.N. Heanitree Farm, Herd Road, Duncan VI, B.C. 1 January, 1941 Marshall, Jordan Hamilton A/Lt. Cdr. R.C.N.V.R. (now Lieut. Cdr.) 31 Ellis Ave. Windsor, Ont. 2 June, 1943 Martin, Douglas Sutherland Sub. Lieut. R.C.N.R. (Temp) 103 Victoria Road, Halifax, N.S. 3 December, 1942 Martin. John Trevor Able Seaman, R.C.N. P.O. Box 343, Ottawa, Ontario 29 June, 1043 Mayne, Arthur Hugh Shaw Lieutenant. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) 299 Grosvenor Avenue, Westmount, Montreal, Quebec 1 January, 1943 Medford. Kenneth Alleyne A/Leading Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. 2144_ Addington Avenue. Montreal 18 November, 1942 Merryw'eather, Hugh (posthumous) Coder. R.C.N.V.R. 9818 103<rd St. Edmonton, Alberta I January, 1944 Middleton, Robert Earl Acting Leading Seaman, R.C.N. (now P.O.) 107 Park Hill Blvd., Peterboro, Ont. 18 February, 1941 Miles, George Ralph, OBE Commander R.C.N. 33 Seeley St.. Saint John, N.B. II January, 1944 Miller. Stanley Frennor Able Seaman, R.C.N. 208 11 St. Saskatoon, Sask. 4 May, 1943 Mills. Ernest George Chief E.R.A. R.C.N. 308 Robert St. Victoria, B.C. 11 January, 1944 Mills. Michael Stuart Sub. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) 11 Thornwood Road, Toronto, Ont. 21 October, 1941 Awards for Gallantry Mitchell, Bruce Richard Able Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. 38 Lockwood Road, Toronto, Ont. 3 December, 1942 Mitchinson, Norman, A.W.R.K.


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2376 Barker St. Niagara Falls, Ont. 2 October, 1942 Moist, Frederick Harold Chief P.O. R.C.N.V.R. 328 Michigan St. Victoria, B.C. 1 January, 1943 Moore, Charles Henry Edwin Leading Seaman, Leading Torpedo Operator R.C.N.V.R. . 12 Stonehouse Cres. Toronto, Ontario 25 November, 1942 Moorhouse, Arthur Lieut. R.C.N.R. (Temp) 74 Harvard St. Halifax, N.S. 2 June, 1943 Moore, Stuart Grant Sub. Lieut. R.C.N. 2316 E 11 Ave. Vancouver, B.C. 17 February, 1942 More, Edward M. Lieut. R.C.N.R. (Temp) Liverpool, N.S. 2 June, 1943 Morgan, Frederick Joseph Leading Signalman, R.C.N.R. _ Idlewyld Road, Armdale, Halifax, N.S. 11 June, 1942 Morris, Edgar Chief Stoker, R.C.N.V.R. 41 Latimer Avenue, Toronto, Ontario 25 November, 1942 Mosher, R. M. Lieutenant, R.C.N.R. (Temp) Armdale P.O. Halifax, N.S. 2 June, 1943 Moxley, Henry William Atthelstan Lieutenant, R.C.N.V.R. 633 Eastern Avenue, Toronto, Ont. 1 June, 1943 Muir, John George Ordinary Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. 1128) 4th Ave. Owen Sound, Ontario 2 June, 1943 Murray, L. W. _ tt _ Leading Signalman, R.C.N.V.R. 1578 Davenport Road, Toronto, Ontario 1 June, 1943 Myra, George Abraham Skipper Lieut. R.C.N.R. (Temp) P.O. Box 61, Lunenburg, N.S. 1 January, 1944 Neely, Melvin Orton William Leading Stoker, R.C.N.R. 314 Nenson St. Sarnia, Ontario 8 May, 1943 Newcomb, Frank Edward Chief Petty Officer, R.C.N.R. Hantsport, Nova Scotia 1 January, 1944 Northgrave, Glen Allen Sub. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) RR No. 1 York Mills, Ontario 2 October, 1942 O'Hara, Ian Wallace (Posthumous) Ordinary Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. 10 Springfield Ave., Westmount, Quebec 4 November, 1941 Oliphant, William Leading Stoker, R.C.N.V.R. Carbon, Alberta 1 January, 1944 Osburn, Anthony George Lieutenant, R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) 1550 W 15 Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. 18 November, 1942 Parr, Alex McDonnell E.R.A. 3/Class, R.C.N.R. 1342 Nelson St. Vancouver, B.C. 16 December, 1942 Patry, Joseph Edmond Chief Stoker, R.C.N. Apt. D, 145 Scott St. Quebec, Que. 3 December, 1942 Paver, E. A. P.O. Stoker, R.C.N. 1428 Denman St. Victoria, B.C. 2 June, 1943 Pavillard, Louis Raymond Lieut. R.C.N.R. (now A/Lieut. Cdr.) 22 Tobin St. Halifax, N.S. 1 January, 1944 Patterson, Howard Arnold Ordinary Seaman, R.C.N. Lawrence Avenue, Kelowna, B.C. 18 October, 1940 Peattie, Edward Younger A/Chief E.R.A. R.C.N.R. Edward St. Powassan P.O. Ontario 1 January, 1943 Peterkin, Douglas Hugh Able Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. 732 Manning St. Verdun, Quebec 18 May, 1943 Peterson, Charles Lieutenant, R.C.N.R. (Temp) 88 Oakland Road, Halifax, N.S. 15 September, 1942 Pickard, Antony Fenwick Mate, R.C.N.R. (Temp) (now Lieut.) Paymaster Mines, South Porcupine, Ont. 3 March, 1942 Pickford, Reginald John Sub. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 1120 Bernard Avenue, Apt. 26 Outremont, Montreal, Quebec 26 July, 1940 Pidcoek, Paul Mortimer Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 3637 University St. Montreal, Que. 10 November, 1942 Plant, Frank O. Sub. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 170 Clemow Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario 25 November, 1942 Pleasance, Ernest Stanley Nelson Skipper Lieut. R.C.N.R. (Temp) 228 Second St. Collingwood, Ontario 1 January, 1944


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Awards jor Gallantry



Pope, William Lieut. (E) R.C.N.R. (Temp) 4558 West 15 Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. 25 November, 1942 Powell, John A. Sub. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) 290 Coltrin Road, Rockcliffe Park, Ont. 22 August, 1942 Pullen, Hugh Francis Commander, R.C.N. [DOT] Oakville, Ontario . 1 January, 1943 Raine, J. B. Lieut. R.C.N.R. (Temp) 586 Sherbrooke St. Peterboro, Ont. 2 June, 1943 Randell, Egbert Lieutenant, R.C.N.R. (Temp) 4517 Hingston Avenue, N.D.G. Montreal, Que. 1 January, 1943 Reid, James Quincey Chief Motor Mechanic, III R.C.N.R. North Sydney, N.S. 1 January, 1943 Reddon, Richard A. Ordinary Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. Olds, Alberta 2 June, 1943 Rees, Arthur Joseph Roger Acting Chief E.R.A. R.C.N.V.R. 2864 West 3rd Ave. Calgary 1 January, 1944 Rhoades, Henry Mason Cook, R.C.N.V.R. 408 Sicard Avenue, Maisonneuve, Montreal 22 July, 1941 Ritson-Bennett, William Martin Able Seaman, R.C.N.R. 924 Riverdale Avenue, Calgary, Alberta 1 January, 1944 Robertson, C.A. Chief Motor Mechanic, R.C.N.V.R. 303 E44 Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. 21 December, 1943 Robertson, Donald Morrison Able Seaman, R.C.N. Main St. Watrous, Sask. 22 July, 1941 Robson, Robert Gordon Mate, R.CfN.R. (Temp) 2924 Marine Drive, West Vancouver, B.C. 2 June, 1943 Ross, Charles A. Chief E.R.A. R.C.N.R. 1145 Greenwood Avenue. Toronto, Ont. 2 June, 1943 Ross, James Richard Henry Able Seaman, R.C.N. 369 E30 Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. 18 October, 1940 Ruddle-Browne, Herbert William Mate, R.C.N.R. (Temp) 22 Elm St. West, Apt. 44 Sudbury, Ontario 19 May, 1942 Rutherford, Clark Anderson (Posthumous) A/Lieut. Cdr. R.C.N. 465 Pleasant Avenue, Westmount, Que. 1 January, 1943 Saint-Martin, Jean, M.D. Surgeon Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) 2364 Fullum St. Montreal, Que. 1 January, 1944 Saulnier, Joseph Melbourne Able Seaman. R.C.N.V.R. Meteghan River, Digby Co., N.S. 29 June, 1943 Saunders, George Joseph Able Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. 5553 11 Avenue, Rosemont, Montreal, Que. 18 November, 1942 Saunderson, James Benjamin Acting P.O. R.C.N.V.R. Hurdman's Bridge, Ontario 1 January, 1944 Scott. Hugh Stoker. P.O. R.C.N.R. Pine Lodge, Rawdon, Que. I January, 1944 Scullion, Michael Joseph Able Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. 3137 Wellington St. Verdun, Que. 3 December, 1942 Sehuthe, George McDonald Sub. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 5658 Dalhousie Road, Vancouver, B.C. 16 October, 1943 Senior, Charles Robin Arthur Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 333 Metcalfe St. Ottawa, Ont. 18 May, 1943 Sharpe, James Arthur Able Seaman, R.C.N. R.R. 1 Royal Oak, B.C. II June. 1942 Shaw, Edward Pearce Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) 4 Havilland St. Charlottetown, P.E.I. 1 January, 1943 Sisson. Melvin Roy Able Seaman, R.C.N.R. 1504 West 5 St. Vancouver, B.C. 1 January. 1943 Skeggs, Charles Frederick A/Leading Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. 953 Hackett St. London Ontario 16 December, 1942 Slavin, John Vincent Ordinary Seaman, R.C.N.VR. 855 Church Avenue, Verdun, Que. 4 November, 1941 Stannard, Leslie A. Able Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. 124 Talbot Avenue, Winnipeg, Man. 2 June, 1943 Stephen. George H. D.S.C. O.B.E. Lieut. Cdr. R.C.N.R. 2284 Hampton Avenue, Montreal, Que. 2 June, 1943 Stairs. John Fitzwilliam Lieut. Cdr. R.C.N.V.R. 25 Ste. Genevieve St. Quebec, Que. 18 May, 1943 Stanlev. Alfred George Lieut. ~ Cdr. R.C.N.R. Stormont, Country Harbour, N.S. 18 May, 1943 Awards jor Gallantry St. Pierre, Francis Able Seaman, R.C.N. Camrose, Alberta 18 October, 1940 Strom, Axel Motor Mechanic R.C.N.R. 42 West 62 Street, Vancouver, B.C. 1 January. 1943 Stuart, Robert Innes E.R.A. 4/class R.C.N.V.R. 212 5 Avenue, Ottawa, Ont. 18 November, 1942 Sutherland, Donald Marshall Sub. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) (now Lieut.) 340 Main St. N., Weston, Ont. 6 January, 1942 Sutherland, Walter Frederick Leading Telegrapher, R.C.N.V.R. 749 Riverview Avenue, Verdun, Que. 3 December, 1942 Symons, Douglas Bond Lieutenant, R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) 47 Warren Road, Toronto, Ontario 24 February, 1942 Taggart, Harry Reid Steward, R.C.N.V.R. 48 Edward St. Halifax, N.S. 3 December. 1942 Thomasset, G. M. Acting Chief P.O. R.C.N. P.O. Box 45, Fife Lake. Sask. 2 June, 1943 Thompson, Peter Andrew Ruttan Lieutenant, R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) 43 W'illiam St., Oakville, Ont. 15 September,. 1942 Thompson, Peter Andrew Ruttan Sub. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 43 William St., Oakville, Ont. 26 July, 1940 Tibbetts, Hugh Alan Leigh Lieutenant, R.C.N.V.R. 221 Nelson St. Fort Francis, Ont. 16 March, 1943 Titus, Walter Edward Weir A/Leading Stoker, R.C.N.R. Westport, Digby Co., N.S. 2 June, 1943 Trottier, Frederick A. Petty Officer, R.C.N. 73 Arlington Ave, Ottawa, Ont. 25 November, 1942 Udell, Frank Ernest K. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) 423 St. Joseph's Blvd. E. Apt. 4 Montreal Que. 13 October, 1942 Vet, Jan Chief E.R.A. R.C.N.R. (now A/Warrant) 4562 St. Catherine St. East, Montreal, Que. 1 January, 1943 Walker, J. R. Lieut. (SB) R.C.N.V.R. 4 Lauder Ave. Toronto 1 J anuary, 1944 Walkley, John Molson (Posthumous) Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 4390 Oxford Ave., N.D.G., Montreal, Que. 22 December, 1942 100-92J Wallace, William Bruce Surg. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 211 Dunnigan Road, Toronto, Ont. 11 January, 1944 Warwick, Ralph Berton Lieut. Cdr. R.C.N.V.R. (Temp) Westfield Centre, King's County, N.B. 1 J an uary, 1944 Waters, Donald MacKenzie Midshipman, R.C.N. (now Sub. Lieut.) 267 Roxborough St. E., Toronto, Ont. 8 January, 1942 Watson, Kenneth William (Posthumous) Ordinary Seaman, R.C.N. Box 545, Revelstoke, B.C. 3 December, 1942 Whelan, E. Motor Mechanic, R.C.N.V.R. Box 144, Orangeville, Ont. 21 December, 1943 Whelan, E. A/Petty Officer, R.C.N.V.R. Orangeville, Ont. 4 May, 1943 White, Alexander A. Chief P.O. R.C.N. 373 Maryland St. Winnipeg, Man. 25 November, 1942 White, John Cyril Able Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. 943 Dame St., London, Ont. 18 August, 1943 Whittall, James William Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 27 Tudor Manor, Vancouver, B.C. 4 May, 1943 Whynot, Roger Rodman Leading Supply Assistant, R.C.N.V.R. Mahone Bay, N.S. 3 December, 1942 Wilkinson, Joseph' Graham Petty Officer Telegraphist, R.C.N. 563 McMillan Ave., Winnipeg, Man. 25 November, 1942 Wilkinson, Norman Leslie A/Gunner, R.C.N. Brandon, Man. 3 December, 1942 Wilson. James Sutherland Lieut. Cdr. R.C.N.V.R. 206 Barrington St. Halifax, N.S. 11 June, 1942 Wilson. R.F. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. no address given 1 January, 1944 Winn, J. W. A/Chief P.O. R.C.N.R. 17 Land St., Hamilton, Ont. 29 June, 1943 Wiseman, Carl William P.O. Electrician, R.C.N.V.R. Newport, N.S. 1 January, 1943 Woodliffe, Michael Frederick Able Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. 638 5 St. Saskatoon, Sask. 29 May, 1943 Awards for Gallantry



Wright, W. M. A/E. R. A. 4/class, R.C.N.V.R. 37 Dalkeith Avenue, Hamilton, Ontario 2 June, 1943 Young, E. J. R. W. Lieutenant, R.C.N.V.R. no address given 21 December, 1943 Young, Morris Henry Able Seaman, R.C.N.V.R. 7503 Querbes Avenue, Montreal, Que. 3 December, 1942 Young, Robert MacKenzie Temp. Lieut. R.C.N.V.R. 2449 Gouin Blvd. West Montreal, Quebec 10 November, 1942


NON-OPERATIONAL AWARDS


The following is a complete record of all nonoperational awards granted to members of the Naval Service since the outbreak of hostilities up to, and including, the present date: O.B.E M.B.E B. E.M C. B C.B.E A.R.R.C Royal Humane Society... Bar Palestine Commendation King's Dirk Albert Medal (life saving) 17 3 3 6 1 67


PRIVATE BILLS


On the order for first reading of senate bills:


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Thomas Vien (Speaker of the Senate)

Liberal

Mr. SPEAKER:

If the house agrees I shall refer to these bills by number.

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Richard Burpee Hanson

National Government

Hon. R. B. HANSON (York-Sunbury):

Mr. Speaker, before this motion is carried I desire to take advantage of the opportunity which it presents to reaffirm the position which I have taken in regard to this matter.

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Richard Burpee Hanson

National Government

Mr. HANSON (York-Sunbury):

I do not know why I cannot speak now. I can speak on the question of procedure, I believe. I am not consenting to this at the moment.

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Thomas Vien (Speaker of the Senate)

Liberal

Mr. SPEAKER:

Standing order 71 provides:

When any bill is presented by a member, in pursuance of an order of the house, or is brought from the Senate, the question, "That this bill be now read a first time," shall be decided without debate or amendment.

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March 14, 1944